Born in Princeton, N.J., he attended Princeton High School and graduated as president of his class. At Princeton, Frank majored in politics and was a member of Tiger Inn.
After graduating and serving in the Air Force, Frank continued to pursue his passion and entered the United Airlines training program, and he flew for the airline for several years. Frank then embarked on a successful banking career that spanned more than four decades, most of which was spent with J.P. Morgan & Co.
During this time, Frank become actively involved in the International Foundation, a philanthropic organization that works in collaboration with U.S.-based nonprofits to support activities that measurably improve the lives of the poor and disadvantaged in low- to middle-income countries around the world. Frank was involved with the International Foundation for 50 years and served as its president for more than two decades.
Frank enjoyed fishing with his sons and playing golf and squash with his friends.
His 40-year marriage to Nancy Lynne Puncher ended with her passing in 2005. Frank is survived by sons Frank Jr. and William and his wife, Theresa; and grandchildren Elizabeth and William II.